Today in Music History
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What happened today in music history:
1566: Composer Alessandro Piccinini was born.
1861: Composer Charles Martin Tornow Loeffler was born.
1956: Jerry Lee Lewis played piano for Billy Lee Riley’s recording of “Red Hot.”
1968: Bobby Goldsboro recorded “Honey.”
1973: KISS played their first show at the Coventry Club in Queens, NY.
1990: Bob Dylan was named commander in France’s Order of Arts and Letters by the country’s Culture Ministry.
1998: Elton John recieved a knighthood in British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s first New Year’s Eve Honours List.
2002: The musical “Taboo” opened at London’s Leicester Square. The musical follows the life of Boy George.
2002: Freddy Fender was released from a San Antonio, TX, hospital after having a kidney transplant the week before. Fender had been having problems related to diabetes and hepatitis C.
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